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the temporary effect. >> reporter: well, bernanke did say that they will have an impact on the unemployment numbers and the insurance claims. that's because the january storm hit the weak part of the information that is typically collected. >>> also tonight in your only local news at 7:00, connector disconnect. taxpayers are help paying for a shuttle that is not driving. >>> a teenager facing charges after an accident that sent two of the passengers to the hospital. >>> and boiling over, emotions get the better of some family on the last day of the hearings on that deadly metro crash. >>> i'm scott broom on the metro section in northwest washington. today, the national transportation safety board, wrapped up three days of the hearings into the june metro tragedy. >> for now, i have a bigger job. i have to go and tell my grandkids that no one is joining their job. and it is really sad. >> so you did not follow them? >> reporter: three days of hearings, exposing the glaring area leading up into the june 22 collision on the redline. an unheated warning for the electronics manufacturer for the
was sworn in for his second term as head of the federal reserve ben bernanke said he is worried about the pace of our economic recovery. he told his staff today the economy is growing but there's still too little bank credit, too many foreclosures and too many people unemployed. meantime treasury secretary tim geithner says congress can claw back what he is calling an outageus new amount of bonuses for aig employees. they are all set to pay out bonuses despite being bailed out by the federal government last year. tim geithner says the government can recoup the money by instituting the new bank fee that president obama called for in his 2011 budget. but aig says those bonuses were negotiated before the company asked for the bailout. what do you think about that? is it an outrageous failure of policy or do the aig employees deserve the bonuses, after all they were promised them. send your e-mails to me. >>> winning the seat of senator ted kennedy. an attorney wants brown to be sworn in tomorrow. once he is sworn in, brown will end the democrats majority in the u.s. senate. but president
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